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See it if you like a great story and script that is well acted. Very true to western PA, union people. Topics like, race, class, drugs, immigration.
Don't see it if you were expecting a musical. You see the world as very black and white with no ability to empathize.
See it if You don't know a person 3rd-sex or trans-gendered (or if you do). Play mostly about mom, coming into her own among chaotic family members.
Don't see it if You are trans-phobic, anti-drugs, anti hoarder, if domestic abuse and/or disability abuse is triggering, or if thought provoking is not good
See it if you always wanted to see a Cirque show with a storyline. Good blend of traditional Broadway, but not a traditional Cirque show.
Don't see it if You are expecting a show that will stay with you or have any deep meaning. This is pure fluff story line with great acrobatics. Lyrics avg
See it if interesting setting, good story, and autism awareness appeal to you. Fun adaptation of the book ... I was impressed!
Don't see it if you have no empathy for a family that contains a person with autism
See it if You want to see my favorite show. Funny tale of good hearted but goofy missionary trip. All the right mix of irreverent humor & profanity.
Don't see it if You think religions are not hilarious topics or if you would feel uncomfortable laughing at the real beliefs of Mormons/LDS.
See it if You like Steve Martin and Edie Brickell. The music trends more to the Country style. Plot is somewhat predictable.
Don't see it if You have difficulty following flashback scenes. Met folks who had difficulty with past and present scenes, although it was pretty standard.
See it if You are going with a large group because they will customize lines specific to your group.. Your second show may have s different ending.
Don't see it if There are other shows you would rather see.
See it if You like Wizard of Oz. The play is much better than the book and slot less confusing. The soundtrack does not give away the storyline.
Don't see it if You can't accept the story told from the witch's perspective. Elphaba is the hero.
See it if You want to follow Lin Manuel Miranda's playwriting and songwriting career.
Don't see it if You are afraid of Hispanic culture, Latin flavored music, New York, or a diverse cast.
See it if interested in Hamilton or its music. Very funny and witty. Talented artists. good times.
Don't see it if you know nothing about theater, Hamilton, or Lin Manuel Miranda & actors. If you don't like a parody. If you do not want to buy 2 drinks.
See it if you, a parent or anyone you know is gay. Poignant story of family dynamic. PA theme. "Fun" as in FUNeral home. Culturally relevant.
Don't see it if homophobic. If you don't want to think about how times have changed for the LGBT community and ability to come out. Trigger: suicide
See it if you want to associate something happy with 9/11. A great show that brings to life the stories in the book "The Day the World Came to Visit"
Don't see it if you want to believe that people everywhere are bad. Newfoundlanders are great!
See it if you only have 60 minutes or is you have Attention Deficit Disorders
Don't see it if You need more than 2 minutes to understand a play or if you are not impressed by various forms of theater art.
See it if You like Idina Menzel!
Don't see it if You don't know the secret to the divergent paths (there is a red light or blue light to signify). It is a little tricky to follow, without.